United States foreign policy: Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Eighty-sixth Congress, second session, on possible nonmilitary scientific developments and their potential impact on foreign policy problems of the United States; worldwide and domestic economic problems and their impact on the foreign policy of the United States and United States foreign policy--Africa (studies prepared pursuant to S. Res. 336, 85th Cong., and S. Res. 31, 86th Cong.) ...
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COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
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